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Momarsh's Invisahide Cockpit Blind door system is available for the Fatboy and Fatboy DP, as well as the two-man Four Rivers marsh boat. The Invisihide system includes the frames, covers, mounting hardware, and easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions. Once installed, the cockpit blind features a behind-the-shooter area for a retriever, grassing straps, and your choice of either Nat-Gear or basic grey for camo options. Momarsh deck covers completely hide your skiff's deck. Weave a bit of natural vegetation into the grassing straps, and from above you and your dog will be almost invisible. Or pass on Mother Nature and incorporate the Invisabungee with Invisa-Grass system into your hide. Each Invisabungee stretches from 32 to 60 inches and back.

Contact: Momarsh, Dept. WF; (636) 828-6115;

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